James (Jim) Greenberg AIA is a principal at Perkins Eastman Architects, one of the world's leading architectural firms, which includes 13 offices worldwide. With more than 30 years of design and management experience, Greenberg has led the design of numerous educational, medical, governmental, corporate interiors, and research projects throughout the U.S. His work includes projects for the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, the New York City School Construction Authority, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Ortho Pharmaceuticals, Verizon, and Louis Vuitton.
In addition to his project related responsibilities, Greenberg has served on the board of directors, and both the finance and the governance committees of the firm. He has also participated in the Large Firm CIO Roundtable.
Greenberg is a graduate of the Cornell University College of Engineering and has an M.Arch. from the Graduate School of Fine Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. He has served as a visiting juror at City College, New Jersey Institute of Technology, University of Pennsylvania, and Princeton University. He has also been a visiting lecturer in architectural professional practice at Princeton.
- ARCH 5201 Professional PracticeExamination of organizational and management theories and practices for delivering professional design services. Includes a historic overview of the profession and a review of the architect's responsibilities from the pre-contract phase through cost estimating and specifications to construction. Application of computer technology in preparing specifications.